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7th January 2022 Kenya Gazette Review

Acts, 2021

  • The Proceeds of Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Act, 2021

Legislative Supplements, 2021

  • The Interpretation and General Provisions Act – Revocation of Delegation of Power

JUDICIARY

Appointments

  • Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Kenya, Martha K. Koome, has appointed numerous Judicial Officers to various Small Claims Courts, for a period of twelve (12) months, with effect from the 3rd January, 2022. 

PUBLIC SECTOR 

Appointments

  • Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury and Planning, Ukur Yatani, has appointed Victor Ochieng Odanga to be a member of the Equalization Fund Advisory Board, for a period of six (6) years, with effect from the 14th December, 2021. 

Extension of Term

  • Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Co-operatives, Peter Munya, has extended the term of the Taskforce committee on the design, development and implementation of coffee and sugar industries price stabilization frameworks. The taskforce was appointed vide Gazette Notice No. 8824 of 2021, and shall serve further period of forty-five (45) days, with effect from the 4th January, 2022. 

TRADE AND MANUFACTURING SECTOR

  • Customs and Border Control Department has gazetted notice that goods entered and removed from the custody of the Customs Warehouse ICDE Nairobi within thirty (30) days from 7th January, 2022 shall be sold by public auction on the 9th February, 2022. Interested buyers may view the goods at the Customs Warehouse, ICDE, on the 7th February, 2022 and the 8th February, 2022 during office hours.

SPECIAL ISSUE 

The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has amended Part II and Part III of the Schedule of Tariffs, prescribing the tariff, charges, prices and rates to be charged by Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited to the Consumers for electrical energy as listed below. Charges are effective from 1st January, 2022. 

SCHEDULE OF NON-FUEL TARIFFS FOR ELECTRICAL ENERGY SUPPLIED BY THE COMPANY
METHODDESCRIPTIONRATE
METHOD DC1–LIFELINEApplicable to domestic consumers for supply provided and metered by the company at 240 or 415 volts and whose consumption does not exceed 100 units per post-paid billing or pre-paid units purchase periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 7.70 per unit for units consumed
METHOD DC2–ORDINARYApplicable to domestic consumers for supply provided and metered by the company at 240 or 415 volts and whose consumption is greater than 100 units but does not exceed 15,000 units per post-paid billing or pre-paid units purchase periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 12.60 per unit for units consumed
METHOD SC1Applicable to non-domestic small commercial consumers for supply provided and metered by the company at 240 or 415 volts and whose consumption does not exceed 100 units per postpaid billing or pre-paid units purchase periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 7.70 per unit for units consumed 
METHOD SC2Applicable to non-domestic small commercial consumers for supply provided and metered by the company at 240 or 415 volts and whose consumption is greater than 100 units but does not exceed 15,000 units per Post-paid Billing or pre-paid units purchase periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 12.40 per unit for units consumed
METHOD C11Applicable to commercial and industrial consumers for supply provided and metered by the company at 415 volts three phase four-wire and whose consumption exceeds 15,000 units per post-paid billing periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 8.70 per unit for units consumedEnergy charge of KSh. 4.35 per unit for supply metered during off-peak hoursDemand charge of KSh. 800.00 per kVA
METHOD C12Applicable to commercial and industrial consumers for supply provided and metered by the company at 11,000 volts per post-paid billing periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 8.10 per unit for units consumed Energy charge of KSh. 4.05 per unit for supply metered during off-peak hoursDemand charge of KSh. 520.00 per kVA
METHOD C13Applicable to commercial and industrial consumers for supply provided and metered by the Company at 33,000 volts per post-paid billing periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 8.00 per unit for units consumedEnergy charge of KSh. 4.00 per unit for supply metered during off-peak hoursDemand charge of KSh. 270.00 per kVA
METHOD C14Applicable to commercial and industrial consumers for supply provided and metered by the Company at 66,000 volts per post-paid billing periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 7.80 per unit for units consumedEnergy charge of KSh. 3.90 per unit for supply metered during off-peak hoursDemand charge of KSh. 220.00 per kVA
METHOD C15Applicable to commercial and industrial consumers for supply provided and metered by the Company at 132,000 volts per post-paid billing periodEnergy Charge of KSh. 7.60 per unit for units consumedEnergy Charge of KSh. 3.80 per unit for supply metered during off-peak hoursDemand Charge of KSh. 220.00 per kVA
METHOD SLApplicable to public and County Governments meters by the company at 240 or 450 volts per post-paid billing period for supply of electrical energy to public lamps (street lighting)Energy Charge of KSh. 5.5 per unit for units consumed
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